I hope to finish day two and get up a review of the Blue Highway Motorcycle lodge tonight.
Meanwhile, I can't say enough about how suprisingly pretty this area of Wisconsin can be. It is called the 'Driftless' area because the glaciers during the ice age did not flatten it all out. The hills are not mountains by any stretch but they are somehow almost prehistoric looking (I guess they actually are prehistoric) and it is so sparsely populated that humnas haven't set about ruining the natural beauty just yet. If you have a chance, a couple days in western Wisconsin is not the worst place in the world to ride motorcycles.
Triumph Street Triple